@Apples1234 it's very stressful when the experts are getting muddled, particularly when they've lost an embryo!! I have found some of the tech assistants are not great at communicating, but if it's a senior person then you'd hope they had those skills sorted. Whilst I don't believe an embryo can go backwards, I'm wondering if the confusion might be that a cavitating morula is sometimes referred to as an early blast? From memory it hasn't separated and has too many cells to count. It also cannot be graded, so if you were given a grade then that would rule out that explanation. Is it possible one of them gave you the start of day rating for your other blast and somebody else gave you an afternoon rating? What does your FS say?
Either way, there should be some kind of uniformity there somewhere, but as I said, the TE/ICM grades have remained consistent which is really the heart of the embryo Luv, it's only a slight variation of the expansion grade that's in question but I can see why you feel anxious about it and upset too after their fruck up in the past Cycle with your other embryo How does that even happen FFS?? I'm so sorry it happened to you
That's utter BS about the other embryo going backwards too!! I'd love to hear her explanation on how that happens!!!
ETA- When push comes to shove, you want the TE/ICM grades to be the highest over the expansion grade IMO and you've got that Luv
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Ok epic fail on the blood test they tried 4 times and no blood omg that has just hurt and no pucking rest now omfg
Oh, FFS's Luv!!!
Now you'll have to go back and do it again!! You poor Luv!!! You must feel like a pin cushion now!!
Did they try warming up the inside of your arms with a heat pack for a few minutes first to try to get a vein to sit up????
Drink a sh!tload of fluid prior to your next test and keep your arms as warm a possible and try a heat pack just prior to taking the specimen next time and see if that helps is my advice
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